“Ghabrana Nahi Hai” is one of four big Eid Ul Fitr releases in Pakistani cinemas, and it opened with a massive box office gross.
The Saba Qamar-star purportedly made Rs.9,600,000 on its first day of screening, followed by Dam Mastam, which made Rs.6,300.000.
Furthermore, Chakkar and Parde Mein Rehne Do, with box office receipts of Rs.2,100,000 and Rs.1,700,000, respectively, had a considerable impact on attracting business to local theatres.
Journalist Hasan Kazmi shared the exciting news on Twitter, adding, “Today is a significant day for Pakistani Cinema” since local films received a positive response from the public despite the fact that some theatres in Punjab were closed “as Malls were closed on 1st Eid Day.”
Pakistan Box Office Day 1
Ghabrana Nahi Hai PKR 96,00000
Dam Mustam PKR 63,00000
Chakkar PKR 21,00000
Perde Mein Rehne Do PKR 17,00000
Please note several screens were not operation in Punjab, as Malls were closed on 1st Eid Day.
Today, is important day for Pakistani Cinema
— Hasan Kazmi (@hasankazmi_) May 4, 2022
According to sources, the filmmakers postponed the release of Ghabrana Nahi Hai in theatres by two years. The film also stars Nayyer Ejaz, Zahid Ahmed, and Syed Jibran.
Qamar discussed working with the great actors with the media, praising them for their professionalism and outstanding performance in the film.